Like flaxseeds, they provide a good amount of omega-3. Specifically, a tablespoon provides 4g of fiber, 2400 mg of omega-3 and almost zero carbohydrates.
Psyllium is sold in health food stores in the form of envelopes (or pods) of dried or powdered seeds. A tablespoon provides 5g of fiber and almost zero carbohydrates.
The taste of tempeh evokes aromas of mushrooms, nuts and yeast and its texture is both firm and crunchy. It is worthwhile to integrate into a ketogenic diet, among other reasons, because it is very high in fiber: 100g of tempeh provides 9g of fiber and 1.5g of net carbohydrates.
If you don’t want to tax your mind by calculating your carbohydrate intake every day with your ketogenic diet, be aware that SOSCuisine ketogenic meal plans have been designed to offer you a maximum intake of fiber, between 15 and 20g per day, all while respecting the recommended carbohydrate intake.